To sum up a previous thing. Installed an Archer C5 as a secondary router. Turned off DHCP, assigned it a static IP, connected it through LAN and not WAN. Wifi works great now after removing a bad Cat5e socket that was feeding into it. I have directly ran into a switch now.
When I first installed the router, the web interface would connect and go down immediately. Thats when I noticed all the dropped packets and latency through the wireless connection. After replacing a bad Cat5e socket the wifi works perfect with no latency or packet loss.
However I cannot connect to the web interface at all with the router's IP address. I checked the main Arris modem/router device and the C5 is being read as the correct IP address. Wifi still works off the device, any devices behind the router can access every available network resource and I can also reach any device connected through wifi going reverse.
Still cant access the web interface.
TP Link support is useless at this point. Any ideas?